The criminal investigation into the Trump Organization is intensifying with CFO Allen Weisselberg back in court. His lawyer saying he expects “more indictments” to come. The Daily Beast reports on new evidence found in the case.
The woman, identified in the documents as “Jane Doe,” says Black brutally assaulted her in the third-floor massage room of Jeffrey Epstein’s townhouse in 2002. “Complete fiction,” says Black’s spokesperson.
The Legal Services Staff Association, along with several other organizations that represent attorneys and courthouse personnel, have released a letter to the New York State Office of Court Administration urging it to nix its resumption of in-person housing court appearances.
However, we still face various challenges, especially in legal matters, which if overcome could turn the country into a hotbed of companies valued at more than a billion dollars, known as unicorn companies.